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BTV, Spring 2016 

click to enlarge Church Street Marketplace - STEVE MEASE
  • Steve Mease
  • Church Street Marketplace

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Welcome to Burlington — and Vermont.

We’re delighted to have you. BTV: The Burlington International Airport Quarterly is a bilingual magazine — translated into French for our Québécois visitors — that highlights Vermont’s recreational, cultural and dining scenes according to the season. If you’ve come to enjoy springtime, you’ll find some tempting options within these pages.

Or, if you’re just passing through Vermont, we hope this issue convinces you to return for a longer stay! Use this magazine, too, as a guide to the airport and on-the-ground transportation options.

While you’re waiting for takeoff, the Burlington International Airport aims to make your stay a pleasant one. Please have a look around and enjoy its amenities and services, including locavore food vendors, a yoga space, breastfeeding rooms, charging stations and free Wi-Fi, and local art.

We thank you for flying BTV and hope you’ll come back to see us soon. Let the beautiful city of Burlington and state of Vermont amaze you.

Signs of Spring

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  • Hannah Palmer Egan

Fuzzy new lambs, chicks and calves gain admirers at Baby Animal Day (March 26) at Billings Farm & Museum in Woodstock.

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Sugarmakers statewide offer tours of their sugar shacks and samples of their syrup — locally known as “liquid gold” — during Maple Open House Weekend (April 2-3).

Visitors witness art in action when 250 artists across Vermont fling open their doors for the semiannual Open Studio Weekend (May 28-29).

A waterfront course attracts more than 8,000 runners — and an estimated 30,000 fans — to Burlington for the annual Vermont City Marathon & Relay (May 29).

For more seasonal highlights, turn to “In Season.”


Bienvenue à Burlington — et au Vermont

click to enlarge Church Street Marketplace - STEVE MEASE
  • Steve Mease
  • Church Street Marketplace

Nous sommes ravis de vous accueillir. BTV : Le bulletin semestriel de l’Aéroport international de Burlington est un magazine bilingue, traduit en français pour nos amis québécois, qui met en valeur les attraits récréatifs, culturels et culinaires du Vermont, selon la saison. Si vous êtes venu profiter du printemps, une foule d’options intéressantes s’offrent à vous.

Si vous ne faites que passer, nous espérons que ce numéro vous convaincra de revenir pour un plus long séjour! Utilisez également ce magazine pour vous orienter dans l’aéroport et guider vos choix de transport terrestre.

L’Aéroport international de Burlington tient à rendre votre attente aussi agréable que possible. N’hésitez pas à faire le tour des installations et à profiter des nombreux services : restaurants locavores, studio de yoga, salles d’allaitement, bornes de recharge et Wi-Fi gratuit, art local, etc.

Nous vous remercions d’avoir choisi BTV et espérons vous revoir bientôt. La ville de Burlington et l’État du Vermont sauront vous surprendre par leurs splendeurs.

Signes du Printemps

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  • Oliver Parini

Agneaux, poussins et veaux sont les vedettes de Baby Animal Day (26 mars) au Billings Farm & Museum, à Woodstock.

Les acériculteurs du Vermont offrent des visites de leur cabane à sucre et font goûter leur sirop — qu’on appelle « or liquide » dans la région — à l’occasion du Maple Open House Weekend (les 2 et 3 avril).

Les 28 et 29 mai, lors de l’Open Studio Weekend, quelque 250 artistes du Vermont ouvrent les portes de leur atelier, pour le plus grand plaisir des amateurs d’art.

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  • Karen Pike Photography

Le Vermont City Marathon & Relay (29 mai), qui se déroule au bord de l’eau à Burlington, attire chaque année plus de 8 000 coureurs et environ 30 000 fans.

Pour connaître d’autres attraits saisonniers, allez à la rubrique « En cours de saison. »

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